EMI modeling of power converters is crucial to develop EMI attenuation solutions. Recently, more and more modeling and mathematical analysis of electromagnetic interference (EMI) sources and propagation path had allowed a better understanding of EMI generation mechanism. Calculation times and accuracy determine the efficiency of EMI models in the studied circuit frequency range. In this paper, a priori model (circuit-based model) for predicting the spectra of conducted interferences in a DC/DC converter was developed in the scope of reducing calculation times of temporal simulations. The proposed new approach for high-frequency disturbance estimation is based on the knowledge of circuit parasitic elements and semiconductor devices parameters. A good tradeoff between simulation time and accuracy was registered; this is considered as an interesting step for power converters design.
Electrical Engineering (Archiv fur Elektrotechnik) – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 15, 2016
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